Campus Division Architect,
University of Bristol
Rob Gregory is an award-winning architect and academic from South West England. Recently appointed as Regional Chair to the West of England Combined Authority design review panel, Rob’s principal role is Campus Architect for the University of Bristol. In this post Rob is responsible for design quality across the University’s £1bn portfolio of capital projects, deploying experience gained as design lead on projects that include the new Wordsworth Museum, currently on site in the UNESCO World Heritage Lake District hamlet of Town End. As a graduate of the University of Bath, Rob spent almost a decade working on a number of Millennium Projects, including Feilden Clegg’s Earth Centre, the Manchester City Art Gallery by Hopkins and Allies and Morrison’s work to the Royal Festival Hall. He then embarked on a ten-year detour from conventional practice with the Architectural Review, when as Senior Editor he was part of the magazine’s highly respected editorial team. Throughout his career Rob has maintained a permanent post as Teaching Fellow at the University of Bath, spent four years on the Royal Institute of British Architects' National Awards Group, five years running the public programme at the Architecture Centre in Bristol, and has held a number of key consultancy roles for the Architecture Foundation, Royal Academy and British Council.